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  List of Accepted Contributions - PS7.2 Atmospheric and water loss from early Mars and its implication for the origin of life

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Kulikov, Yu.N.
Solar EUV radiation effects on the early Martian upper atmosphere

Kaneda, K.; Terada, N.; Machida, S.
Time Variation of the Nonthermal Escape of Oxygen from Mars: A Two-Stream Model Coupled with an MHD Ionosphere Model

Boesswetter, A.; Kulikov, Y.; Bagdonat, T.; Simon, S. ; Motschmann, U.
3d hybrid simulations of the evolution of the Martian atmosphere

Ma, Y. ; Nagy, A.
Ion escape fluxes from Mars

Manning, C.; McKay, C.; Zahnle, K.
Numerical modeling of the evolution of Mars' climate; a tool for the accounting of volatile inventories.

Vennerstrom, S.; Chanteur, G. ; Modolo, R.; Dubinin, E.
The magnetic Effect of atmospheric Escape at Mars

Ribas, I.
The strong high-energy and particle emissions of the young Sun: impact on the Martian atmosphere and water inventory

Terada, N.; Kulikov, Y.; Lammer, H.; Khodachenko, M.; Lichtenegger, H.
Ion escape from the early Martian atmosphere

Westall, F.
Environmental conditions on early Mars and the possibility of Martian life

Lichtenegger, H.I.M; Lammer , H.; Kulikov, Yu. N
The early Martian magnetic field: implication for the loss of the atmosphere and water inventory of the planet

Langlais, B.
Magnetic field of Mars

Breuer, D.
Mantle degassing of Mars

Forget, F. ; Montmessin, F. ; Haberle, R. M.
Simulation of the early Mars climate with a General Circulation Model

Graps, A. L.; Lunine, J. I.; Chambers, J. ; Morbidelli, A.; Leshin, L. A.; O'Brien, D. P.
The origin of water on Mars

Leblanc, F.; Chassefière, E.; Langlais, B.; Sotin, C.; Barabash, S.; Coates, A.; Dehant, V.; Lammer, H.; Mandea, M.; Vennerstrom, S.; the MEMO team
The Mars Escape and Magnetic Orbiter: a Cosmic Vision mission proposal

Sotin, C.; Bibring, J.-P.
The coupling between the dynamo shutdown and the water abundance on Mars: the mantle filter

Karatekin, O.; Binh San Pham, Le; Dehant, V.; Lammer, H.
Toward a climatological model for early Mars

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